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02-28-2011, 10:33 PM
Everytime i export a image its a really low resolution that is extremely pixelated and doesnt allow anybody to zoom in.
03-01-2011, 02:05 AM
I never try to export. It always seems like a hassle, and it doesn't ever translate the view I want.'I just resort to screenshots and a paint program to create a separate image.
I have exported an image into OneNote once, but can't recall how I did it.
03-01-2011, 06:25 AM
There are export settings where you can edit thr export resolution. I usually go with 4000x3000 and .png and that gives a very good output.
03-01-2011, 11:14 AM
As Ilwan said. The export settings can be found by going to the TOOLS drop down menu, OPTION -> BMP, PEG, PNG (a button), to get the area where you can define how big an image will be. Then use the SAVE AS... option and I usually use the PNG RECTANGULAR image. Every single one of my DUNGEON maps for Thunderspire, Pyramids of Shadow and Trollhaunt maps were saved this way.
09-13-2011, 01:58 PM
I agree, the Problem is, if you make a large map like a continent or a world map. Once you save as an image file you will not be able to zoom in to see the details. if you can't see it when you are zoomed out it will only be a blur when you zoom in.
I have spent a long time making a map that is to scale of an old map that my D&D group uses only to find out that once I have finished I could not use it unless I do screen shots. I Tried setting the Anti-alias to 80% "which is the highest I can do with my PC" Quality of 100%, 24 bit and saved as each of the formats. To no Avail, Blur, just blur.
Solution, don't make large and/ or Detail maps cause it just won't work. Honestly, My favorite map designer is the "Map Maker" that you find in AD&D Core Rules 2.0. Unfortunately there just isn't a lot of Symbols to use.
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